Indie Ale House

Picture of the accessible seating in the restaurant.

2876 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Y8

Broken Hipster, Couchsurfer IPA, and Spadina Monkey are just a few of the delicious sips on tap at Indie Ale House. This Junction hotspot brews local craft beer in small batches and offers a full menu with dinner pairing options. You can also buy their beers to take home at their onsite retail store.

In terms of accessibility, you enter Indie Ale House through wide double doors. There is no automatic door opener. The flooring throughout is smooth hardwood, and there are wide unobstructed routes throughout. Most of the tables are standard height with removable chairs – there is seating for groups of 2, 4, and 6. There are also a few booths and higher bar height seating. Everything is on one level, and the servers take your order at the table.

Picture of accessible bathroom (toilet).

The door width to access the washrooms is 34”. The men and women’s washroom each have an accessible stall 60” by 60” with two grab bars and a 35” entrance. The sink height is on the high side at 35” and no space to wheel underneath, and the toilet height is 15”.

The nearest accessible subway stop is Dundas West Station, and you can take the #40 Junction bus and exit at Keele. Limited street parking is available on Dundas West, and the nearest parking lots are at 400 Keele, 351 Keele, and 385 Pacific Avenue.


Picture of accessible bathroom (Sink area).